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When Healing Takes “Too Long”

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If you’re discouraged about how long healing seems to be taking, listen to what one person, Alicia in Australia, told me:

“I’m ordering a custom code to do for my son because I know The Healing Codes work. I had suffered from insomnia for decades. I tried EVERYTHING, nothing worked. I felt so hopeless. Then I tried The Healing Code. At first things got worse, but I understood it was a healing response and persevered. I was surprised too at how many memories came up.  After about a month and a half with The Healing Code, I began sleeping. I am so thrilled!”

I share Alicia’s story to point out a couple of important things.

1. The Healing Codes really do seem to be superior to most, if not all, of the healing methods available. I can’t tell you the number of clients like Alicia who have told me, “I tried everything else, and only The Healing Codes have worked for me.”

2. You may feel worse before you feel better. Perseverance pays off, as Alicia found.

I myself have some issues that took quite a long time to heal. The deepest-rooted issues, such as the effects of my being in the hospital for weeks right after birth, have taken many months, perhaps years, to heal. But they are healing. I feel the effects of the healing every day, and so does my family.

Healing heart issues is THE way to go, whether with The Healing Codes or simply prayer. (For me, the way I do The Healing Codes is a form of prayer and meditation.)

However long it takes, be patient with the process. What’s the alternative, really? To not heal, or to simply “cope” by controlling the symptoms seem to me the only other options.

I believe God wants to heal us. He’s in charge of the process, so let’s be patient and know it is happening. In the meantime, there are probably lessons he’s wanting to teach. Nothing is ever wasted with God–not one tear or drop of suffering. But he’s patient with us, too, and will allow us to take all the time needed for his purposes to be accomplished through the process.

Ponder this parable from Jesus (and note, part of God’s kingdom work is healing, or else Jesus would not have healed when he was on earth):

Jesus also said, “The Kingdom of God is like a farmer who scatters seed on the ground. Night and day, while he’s asleep or awake, the seed sprouts and grows, but he does not understand how it happens. The earth produces the crops on its own. First a leaf blade pushes through, then the heads of wheat are formed, and finally the grain ripens. And as soon as the grain is ready, the farmer comes and harvests it with a sickle, for the harvest time has come.” (Mark 4:26-29, NLT)

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